Glover And ‘Friendos’ Spoof Migos In Rap Group Therapy Session On ‘SNL’

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The Real Stormy Daniels Warns ‘Trump’ on ‘SNL’: Storm’s A Comin’, Baby

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Tina Fey Agrees She ‘Screwed Up’ ‘SNL’ Sketch About Charlottesville

“I wanted to help, but I chunked it.”
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Aidy Bryant Of ‘SNL’ Got Married, Surprises Fans With Announcement

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You Might Have Missed This Harsh ‘SNL’ Diss of Eagles And Patriots Fans

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Robert De Niro’s Mueller Scorches ‘Focker’ Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) On ‘SNL’

“You little weasel.”
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‘SNL’ Just Nailed Your Relationship With Leggings

The show’s version of a Nike Women’s ad is all too relatable.
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Alec Baldwin’s Trump Bares Dark Secret On ‘SNL’: I Don’t Care About You

“This is a four-year cash grab.”
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‘SNL’ Lil Pump Parody ‘Tucci Gang’ Stars Sam Rockwell as ‘Devil Wears Prada’ Actor (Watch)

Sam Rockwell played “Devil Wears Prada” actor Stanley Tucci and Pete Davidson showed off his hip-hop bona fides in “SNL”’s dead-on parody of Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” video called — you guessed it — “Tucci Gang.” The lyrics include references to his marriage to Felicity Blunt and a comical rundown of his films — “Some […]

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‘SNL’: Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump Declares ‘The War on Christmas Is Over’ (Watch)

Alec Baldwin made yet another appearance as Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live,” in the cold open which featured Trump decorating the White House for Christmas. With Cecily Strong’s Melania by his side, Baldwin-as-Trump welcomed staff and family to the Oval Office to hang ornaments on the tree. “The war on Christmas is over,” said […]

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Kellyanne Conway Morphed Into Pennywise On ‘SNL’ And It’s Terrifying

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‘SNL’ Finally Took On The Harvey Weinstein Scandal — But Is It Too Late?

The show burned him and addressed sexual abuse in Hollywood after failing to do so last week.
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‘SNL’ Does Its Best To Catch Up On A Summer Of Trump Jokes

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Bill Hader Is Abso-Moochly Perfect As Anthony Scaramucci On ‘SNL: Weekend Update’

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‘SNL’ Bids Hilarious Farewell To Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer

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‘SNL’ Writer Replies To Donald Trump’s Tweets As If They Were Personal Texts

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The Trump ‘SNL’ Season Led Kate McKinnon To Smash A Wall With A Hammer

This latest season of “Saturday Night Live” had great ratings. This was due in large part to very popular Donald Trump-related sketches, as the country tuned in to see how “SNL” would interpret the president’s various gaffes.

Although the focus on Trump gained the show a large audience, you can imagine this constant focus on such depressing source material would be taxing on a staff tasked to somehow make the subject of Trump seem fun.

With that in mind, Kate McKinnon was on “The Tonight Show” Friday night and explained that after this season, she and her writer friends needed to blow off quite a bit of steam.

A hammer was involved. 

I grabbed the hammer and one of my writer friends was like, “Put a hole in the wall. Put a hole in the wall!”
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Host Jimmy Fallon and McKinnon ― who famously portrayed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton ― talked about how NBC is renovating the “SNL” offices.

“Before we left, the last week we were all blowing off a lot of steam because it’s been like a big season or whatever and we were told the walls are coming down,” said McKinnon. “The whole floor is being demolished.”

McKinnon explained how she was dancing to music with “SNL” writer friends and fellow cast member Aidy Bryant when they realized a hammer was in the room.

“I grabbed the hammer and one of my writer friends was like, ‘Put a hole in the wall. Put a hole in the wall!,’” said McKinnon. “So I did and I put a hole in the wall. And then they all put a hole in the wall.”

But apparently, McKinnon had misinterpreted the plans for renovation and took that “the whole floor is being demolished” too literally.

“Then Aidy came back from the bathroom,” McKinnon continued. “And she was like, ‘Guys, the walls aren’t coming down.’”

McKinnon told Fallon that after the hammer incident, she bought a “big bucket of spackle” and left it in the office. “I sincerely apologize to whoever I made trouble for,” McKinnon said while looking straight at the camera.

After the apology she also jokingly admitted, “But I did feel alive. Wow did I feel young and alive.” 

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‘Backpack Kid’ Upstaged Katy Perry On ‘SNL’ And Mesmerized The Internet

It takes a lot to upstage Katy Perry, but Backpack Kid managed to do it.

Perry, who channeled Beetlejuice in a black and white striped coat, performed “Swish Swish” ― which is thought to be a Taylor Swift diss track ― on the season finale of “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.

The pop star was flanked by drag queens on both sides of a runway, before she moved aside to let them do their thing. Then a star was born: 

Backpack Kid, as the people of Twitter dubbed him, stepped onto the runway and mesmerized the world with his backpack and the way he moved. (For the record, Backpack Kid’s real name is Russell Horning, he’s 15, and he’s on Instagram.)

People were delighted. They were in awe. They were confused. They had questions. They knew he had stolen the show.  

Will we see more of Backpack Kid? Time will tell. 

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‘Complicit Ivanka’ Johansson Joins Alec Baldwin For Final ‘SNL’ Hallelujah

The entire “White House” crew of “Saturday Night Live” gathered, one by one, around Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump at the piano for a soulful rendition of a last “Hallelujah” on the finale of one of the most memorable and politically charged seasons of the 42-year series.

At the lyric “I told the truth, I didn’t come to fool ya,” Baldwin took his hands from the piano keys but the piano continued to play. Kate McKinnon’s Kellyanne Conway held up crossed fingers.

The cold-open “Hallejulah” was part of an episode that wrapped up a season of skewering the White House. It could have been a farewell to the besieged Trump administration — or it may have marked Baldwin’s last turn at playing the president.

Gathered around the piano were the Grim Reaper playing Steve Bannon, and Mikey Day and Alex Moffatt’s dopey Trump brothers. Cecily Strong turned up as first lady Melania Trump and Scarlett Johansson was back as daughter Ivanka in a gold lame gown from her March skit plugging her perfume Complicit (”a fragrance for the woman who could stop all this — but won’t”).

Beck Bennett was Vice President Mike Pence — instead of his usual Vladimir Putin — and Aidy Bryant stood in for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. (Putin was represented by the Russian flag pin on Baldwin’s lapel.)

The song came full circle from the “SNL” episode following the presidential election when McKinnon sadly sat at the same piano to sing the song to honor the late Leonard Cohen — and lament the electoral loss of Hillary Clinton. “I’m not giving up, and neither should you,” McKinnon told her audience then.

This time Baldwin wrapped up his “Hallelujah” and declared: “I’m not giving up because I didn’t do anything wrong… but I can’t speak for these people.”

The episode was bittersweet, as it remains unclear if Baldwin plans to return as Trump after this season. He has said the role was getting depressing because of the “maliciousness” of the administration, and worried that people won’t be amused much longer by the president. “If everything stays the same in the country… I don’t think people will be in the mood to laugh about it,” he said in March.

But he has since left the door slightly ajar to the possibility of returning. “Look, I’d love to keep doing this per my availability, but I have other things I’m going to do, so I guess we’ll figure it out,” Baldwin told The Hollywood Reporter last week.

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The Rock Announced His 2020 Presidential Bid On ‘SNL’ (Kind Of)

One of the most likable men in Hollywood may have just announced his presidential bid for 2020.

After weeks of teasing a run for the presidency, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson told America “I’m in” during the season finale of “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. The pro wrestler-turned-actor said he was officially running for president starting that night, right after Alec Baldwin awarded him his Five-Timers Club velvet jacket, to mark Johnson’s fifth time hosting the show.

“In the past, I never would have considered running for president. I mean, I didn’t think I was qualified at all,” Johnson joked. “But now I’m actually worried that I’m too qualified.”

Johnson also took the time to announce his running mate: the equally likable celebrity Tom Hanks.

The charming duo made their case for why they are the perfect picks to lead the United States of America ― and they were fairly convincing.

“The truth is, America needs us,” Hanks said. “No one can seem to agree on anything anymore except for two things: pizza and us.”

Hanks joked that the duo would get 100 percent of the vote because Hanks ― who’s “fought in World War II in like 10 different movies” ― would win the senior vote.

“And I, of course, would get the minority vote,” Johnson added. “Because everyone just assumes that I’m, well, whatever they are.”

Johnson delighted fans this month when he discussed his political ambitions in a GQ profile and called a presidential campaign “a real possibility.” A national poll suggested that Johnson could potentially win against President Donald Trump if he ran as a Democrat in the 2020 presidential election.

The actor later said in the monologue that he and Hanks were only joking, but then he offered a few words of patriotic encouragement.

“When it comes to politics, we need more poise and less noise,” Johnson said. “Americans deserve strong, capable leaders ― leaders who care about this country and care about its people.”

To which Hanks replied, “Uh, Dwayne, that kind of sounds like you and me.”

Then, with their hands held high, the two national treasures dropped their campaign banner and yelled, “We’re doing it!”

So is Johnson/Hanks 2020 really happening? Only time will tell.

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‘SNL’ Asks: Who You Gonna Believe? The FBI Director Or The Guy Who’s Lying?

Donald Trump isn’t “done yet,” conceded “Saturday Night Live’s” Colin Jost on “Weekend Update.” But “Mike Pence is definitely warming up in the bullpen.” 

Things don’t look too promising for the “president-for-now,” even though he denied that he told booted FBI Director James Comey to stop the investigation into Russian connections to the Trump campaign, Jost noted on the “SNL” season finale this weekend.

“This sets up a real dilemma,” said Jost. “Who are you going to believe? The head of the FBI or the guy who’s definitely lying?”

Trump’s appeal to Comey to announce that the president was not under investigation “sounds pretty suspicious,” Jost added. “If you’re watching an episode of ‘Law & Order’ and the husband asks the detective, ‘When are you going to announce I’m not a suspect in my wife’s disappearance,’ that guy definitely buried a lady in the woods.”

Jost also mocked the revelation that Comey wore a suit that would blend in with the curtains in the Blue Room of the White House so Trump wouldn’t notice him.

“If he really wanted to avoid interacting with Trump, he should have just married him,” Jost said.

As for Trump calling Comey a “nut job,” Jost joked: “I’m just happy a nut job wasn’t something that happened to Trump in a Russian hotel room.”

Check out the video above to find out what Jost said about Pence and gay people.

The segment included farewell “Weekend Update” appearances by Vanessa Bayer as muddle-mouthed weather woman Dawn Lazarus and Bobby Moynihan as Drunk Uncle. This is the last “SNL” season for both.

Bayer also played a flatulent old-Hollywood glam movie star in a film skit, and a super-bratty girlfriend in an ad whose fed-up boyfriend (Beck Bennett) tries to shut her up with a Cartier diamond-encrusted fidget spinner.

Moynihan, meanwhile, appeared on this weekend’s episode as an anemic trash-talking wrestling rival of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. He also appeared as a mad scientist infuriated by a rival’s creation of a sex molester robot, in the program’s riskiest skit that was earning lots of Twitter hate Saturday night.

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Alec Baldwin’s Trump Gets Skewered Again By ‘Lester Holt’ On ‘SNL’

For those who wanted to re-savor NBC’s Lester Holt’s gotcha’ interview with Donald Trump, Alec Baldwin provided a second oh-so-delicious chance in the cold open on “Saturday Night Live.” Only this time it was even more distilled essence of Trump.

“Thank you for having me here, jazz man,” Baldwin’s Trump tell’s Michael Che’s Lester Holt (also called Tupac, O.J. and Kenan by the “president”). “Well, first  all I can just say is, I won the election fair and square, everyone knows that!”

Che begins by grilling “Trump” on firing FBI Director James Comey.

“I fired him because of Russia,” Baldwin admits. “I thought, ‘He’s investigating Russia. I don’t like that. I should fire him.’”

“You’re admitting that? But that’s obstruction of justice,” Che responds, asking the audience gleefully: “Did I get him? Is this all over?”

Then he hears from a manager through his earpiece: ”No I didn’t?” he asks. “Nothing matters? Absolutely nothing matters anymore?” 

After a two-scoop ice cream treat from bubbly ice-cream man Paul Ryan (”beat it, nerd,” Baldwin tells him), Trump denies that he is anything like Richard Nixon. But differences fade when he mimics Nixon’s two-handed victory gesture as Trump emphasizes his two scoops of ice cream.

Trump pats himself on the back for “letting Kellyanne out of the crypt” last week and concedes he might be a “serial tape-ist.” He also has an interesting definition for “priming the pump” before Melania comes to bed — to which Holt responds: “Ew.”

But getting back to reality TV, Holt asks Trump to promise he won’t pick someone “crazy like Judge Judy” to replace Comey.

Baldwin answers: “I can promise you this right now, whoever I chose is going to be so bonkers you’re going to wish like hell it was Judge Judy.”

“Your presidency is like the craziest show on TV,” Che tells him.

“The show is going to run for eight years — even though it should have been canceled months ago,” Baldwin concedes. “We have plenty of fun plot twists coming up. A lot of your favorite characters will be coming back … Kim Jong un, Carter Page … I don’t want to give away too much, but in an upcoming episode we will find out that Kellyanne has been dead this whole time.”

“Holt wraps up: “On behalf of everyone, I just want to say I can’t believe you’re president.” 

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Donald Trump Gives Sean Spicer His Final Kiss On ‘SNL’

Sean Spicer’s days as the White House press secretary could be nearing their end, and “Saturday Night Live” did not pass up the opportunity to imagine what they’d look like.

After teasing her “SNL” appearance this week by rolling (literally) through the streets of New York, Melissa McCarthy popped out of the bushes and reprised her role as Spicer once again this week.

McCarthy, who was hiding among the bushes as Spicer, interrupted Aidy Bryant’s stint as Sarah Huckabee Sanders ― President Donald Trump’s political aide who took on the press this week after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. 

After booting Sanders from the stage, McCarthy’s Spicer aggressively fielded questions from the press, but things got dicey when reporters started asking the press secretary if he was afraid of losing his job like Comey.

Spicer defended his boss, saying that he endures POTUS’ abuse because they’re friends. But the questioning eventually leads him on a journey to the streets of New York, then a golf course in New Jersey, to ask Trump once and for all what his future at the White House looks like.

Long story short, it ended with Spicer’s final kiss.

“I don’t think I can do this anymore, Mr. Trump,” Spicer told Alec Baldwin’s Trump. “They’re saying that you’re going to replace me with Sarah.”

“Sean, come on, I would never do that,” the president replied. Sarah Huckabee Sanders “doesn’t have your special spice: Salt and pepper, a little bit of sugar.”

“Sean,” Trump said. “Kiss me.”

In the clip above, watch Spicer’s final moments in the Trump administration, as imagined by “SNL.”

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New ‘SNL’ Game Show: Where In The World Is Kellyanne Conway?

What happened to Kellyanne Conway? The White House counsel who was everywhere at the very start of Donald Trump’s presidency has pretty much dropped out of sight.

So “Saturday Night Live” introduced spoof game show “Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway?” — modeled on the classic PBS kids show “Where in the World Is Carmen San Diego?”

Cue trench coat-wearing Kate McKinnon playing Conway. Enter a cappella singers crooning: “Where in the world is Kellyanne Conway? She used to be on TV, on like every single panel. Then one day we all woke up and she was no longer there.”

Just one problem: Apparently, no one cares where Conway is. “We don’t want to find her,” explains one of the contestants. 

“Well, I guess that’s our show,” says game show host Mike Day.

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Watch Harry Styles’ Powerful Breakout Performance On ‘SNL’

Harry Styles the solo artist has arrived.

The former One Direction member hit Studio 8H this weekend to debut his first musical performance on “Saturday Night Live” hosted by Jimmy Fallon.

In a plaid suit and a stage showered in red light, Styles sang his breakout single, “Sign of the Times” and his fans fell in love all over again.

The singer split from One Direction more than a year ago and hadn’t released any new music until he debuted “Sign of the Times” and announced dates for his upcoming album earlier this month. He sang another song from his self-titled album during “SNL”: “Ever Since New York.”

Styles’ performance on Saturday was packed with emotion and proved that he is a force to be reckoned with, sans the rest of his former boy band.

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It’s Baldwin vs. Baldwin As ‘O’Reilly’ And ‘Trump’ Chat Sex Harassment ‘SNL’

Alec Baldwin faced himself on “Saturday Night Live,” but it wasn’t so very hard to do because he was playing two brothers from another mother: Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump.

When those guys get together, can the topic of sex harassment be very far away? Baldwin’s O’Reilly discovers during the skit that one of his reporters isn’t on the scene — and no longer works for Fox News — prompting O’Reilly to ask: “Did she get the check?” The reporter’s disappearing act is a dig about recent reports of payments to at least five women to settle sex harassment accusations against O’Reilly. Other disappearing acts? Some 60 Fox News sponsors who no longer want to be associated with the “O’Reilly Factor.” That leaves a room for a commercial promoting “Dog Cocaine” on the “SNL” skit.

Baldwin’s O’Reilly finally ‘fesses up that he’s been the subject of some fuzzy complaints from women involving “exciting opportunities” he has offered. Fortunately, notes Baldwin, someone who is “unimpeachable on all female issues” has stepped forward to defend him.

Cue “Hail to the Chief,” and there’s Baldwin — again — on the other side of a split screen playing Trump. “I see a lot of myself in you, Bill,” says Baldwin’s Trump.

“O’Reilly” thanks “Trump” for saying that he “did nothing wrong,” even though it appears Trump doesn’t really know the facts of the case. He had a “loose hunch,” says Baldwin’s Trump. “I’m more familiar with this case than, say … health care.”

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The Lonely Island Tell The Story Of How ‘Dear Sister’ Came To ‘SNL’

Before they were never stop never stopping, or telling Lego World that everything is awesome, or even offering up “Congratulations on the Sex!” cakes, the comedic minds behind The Lonely Island — Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone and Andy Samberg — were brainstorming ideas for a digital short late into an April 2007 week during “Saturday Night Live” Season 32.

“We were hard up for an idea because we had gotten through that we’d be making a digital short every week at that point,” Samberg said to The Huffington Post, referring to the pre-shot segments cooked up by the trio that regularly ran on the NBC variety show from 2005 to 2012. “One of us was like, ‘What about that “O.C.” thing? Maybe we could do that.’”

The “’O.C.’ thing” was an idea they’d hatched years before, after watching a 2005 episode of the seminal Fox teen show where Marissa (Mischa Barton) shoots Trey (Logan Marshall-Green) over a soundtrack of “Hide and Seek” by Imogen Heap (more commonly known hereafter in the pop culture lexicon as “Mmm Whatcha Say”).

“We were all kind of obsessed with it together,” explained Schaffer. “One day, Andy and Jorm took out our home video camera and, just around our apartment, kind of shot what I would consider the first 45 seconds, maybe minute’s worth of a short with no ending in mind … but it was not for any intended audience or for anything, really. It was just for fun.”

The just-for-fun idea in their library combined with a looming deadline eventually morphed into the digital short we all now know as “The Shooting,” or “Dear Sister,” on April 14, 2007. (It helped that “The O.C.” itself had just finished its run two months before the short aired, so an homage felt appropriate.)

Translating the idea from its beginnings into something with an arc of sorts was a challenge.

“It took a while for us to figure it out, just ‘cause there was no logical end. We had to really invent something,” Taccone said.

“And then it became completely logical,” Shaffer added.

We took a walk down comedy-memory lane with Schaffer, Taccone and Samberg for the short’s 10-year anniversary.

Did you guys have to run the short by Lorne Michaels or anyone before it made it on the show? What was the reaction when you first showed it?

Samberg: The first time Lorne would see any of our shorts was at dress rehearsal at 8 p.m. so I don’t think this was any different. 

Schaffer: Yeah, and it played really well, and we were all kind of pleasantly surprised by that. I don’t think we thought it was gonna not do well, but we kind of didn’t know how much people would be on board for it, because it’s kind of a weird art film.

That’s what we kept laughing about, that we’d made kind of a weird art film that didn’t really have anything you could exactly explain why it was entertaining or if it was entertaining. The music layers on itself at the end, and that’s what was making us giggle in the edit room, it was like, “Ooh, we’re making kind of an art film here!” I remember saying that a lot. 

And then playing it at the thing, you never know how the audience is going to react. I didn’t think that they would hate it or anything, but I thought it would be maybe quieter than it was. But it felt like they liked it right away.

Samberg: What we learned was that the sort of cinema and TV trope of the gunshot off-camera and somebody, in slo-mo, seeing blood on their own hands and realizing it’s them was more popular than we realized. 

Jorma Taccone: I think that we also realized that we had our finger on the pulse. 

Samberg (exasperated): No, Jorm, don’t — 

Schaffer: Jorm should work in advertising for a little while. You have to forgive him. He’s a big advertising guy now.

When you guys brought Shia LaBeouf on, did he have any ideas of his own to add or was he just game for it?

Schaffer: He was just game. We always had a great time with Shia when he would come host. He was one of our favorites. I don’t even know how much we explained it to any of the actors, honestly. I think Bill [Hader] knew what it was ‘cause his office was next to ours and we would always, in the writing process, share with Bill, Bill would be there. And everybody else, we would just tell wardrobe what to dress them in and tell them where to meet us, and they would just kind of show up. I don’t know that we even pitched to them ahead of time.  

Taccone: That was also a late-night one too, that people were showing up pretty late. Like, what time was it?

Schaffer: That was definitely a Friday night shoot, which is the worst, ‘cause then you’re editing it straight up till airtime. The reason that it looks the way it does is because there had been no plan to do it. I mean, based on basically what we already told you, which is that we were so stuck for an idea that we thought worthy of doing a short that we had to go back into our library and find something two years earlier. So that tells you how much we had been kinda stuck that week.

So it was definitely a last-minute short, and the reason it looks like it does is ‘cause that’s just a hotel suite. When it gets to be Friday night and you haven’t figured it out, then the only thing you can do is rent a hotel suite, grab some lights, and film in there. And so that’s what it is, just a hotel room and some lights.

I remember [Jason] Sudeikis being asleep on one of the beds of the actual hotel suite because we had asked him and Fred [Armisen] to come, you know, in their police outfits — they didn’t even know what it was for — and now it was like, three in the morning and we hadn’t gotten to their part yet. 

Samberg: Yeah, and we kind of made up the ending on set, right? 

Schaffer: Yeah, We knew it would be police officers showing up and then they would shoot each other, but I don’t think we knew that we would have them do it over and over again. Or maybe they weren’t gonna shoot each other, and we came up with them shooting each other on set?

Taccone: I can’t remember which part we came up with on set. 

Samberg: It might have been just show up and read the letter and that was the blow on the whole thing, “Oh, she’s gonna [read] the letter about how they were all gonna shoot each other. How ‘bout that.” And then I think on set we had it that the cops shooting each other was also in the letter.

Schaffer: The fact that the music was overlapping was in edit. It was gonna be that it kept resetting.

Taccone: That was accidental. ‘Cause we let it go long, and then you were like, “Oh shit.”

Schaffer: Yeah, exactly, and it was like, “Oh, that’s cool.” And I do wanna give credit to Sudeikis because I feel like he was the first one to say, “Oh, we should shoot each other.” 

The feeling I had first watching “Dear Sister” felt similar to watching the “David S. Pumpkins” sketch in this season of “SNL.” I was wondering what you thought about slightly confusing absurdity becoming sort of viral and iconic.

Schaffer: That’s high praise. We’re big into David S. Pumpkins.

Samberg: Basically anything like that where it basically makes no sense but there’s somehow a set of rules, they’re just not the rules of reality as we know it, we generally enjoy. 

Schaffer: Yeah. It’s not pure random, because then pure random’s never funny, it doesn’t really have any meaning. But somehow, David S. Pumpkins taps into something everybody understands. It just becomes a delight.

Taccone: Those are also two great songs, you know: Imogen Heap, for obvious reasons, and David S. Pumpkins has an equally great song.

After the short took off with fans and got a life of its own, did that affect the way you approached shorts in the future at all?

All three: No, not really.

Samberg: It’s always a surprise which ones got, like, tribute videos and stuff. I never would’ve guessed that, for example, “Threw It on the Ground” would’ve been one, but that turned into one that people really liked. Like, kids liked it a lot. 

Taccone: That’s kind of the advantage of “SNL” too, is that every week, no matter what you do, there’s gonna be a show next week, and you have to kind of reset and start from scratch. You don’t really have time to even — I mean, we were always sort of conscious of not trying to repeat ourselves, but there was no trying to follow something that was popular, because you couldn’t … there was no time to try to come up with, “Oh, is this gonna go viral?”

Samberg: Nothing ever went viral where, before someone made it, they said, “We want this to go viral.”

Taccone: This was early enough in the process that they didn’t clear music for internet use always and they weren’t putting things on YouTube, so it was especially impressive that it went viral considering it wasn’t put online. It was only put online by kids who were putting it online themselves. They only cleared Imogen Heap’s song for air, and so it didn’t even go online, so that’s how … I don’t know.

Samberg: That’s how much we have our finger on the pulse.

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Are there any sort of fun little moments that you guys remember from filming the sketch that most people wouldn’t notice when they watch it? 

Schaffer: We were very impressed with Shia’s dead acting. When he hit the ground, he really let his head hit the ground. We were also impressed with how well he was able to hold his eyes still in a way that seemed, you know, whatever he was doing — thousand-yard stare — was really working for us.  

The gun in it is also the gun, if you watched any of our pre-”SNL” short things we were making for our website — that gun was, I forget where we got it, but it’s like, shooting little plastic balls. We used it for everything that required a gun. That’s how homemade the digital shorts were at this point. We didn’t even ask the props department for a gun, we were just like, “Oh, yeah, we have that gun at home.” Everyone’s wearing their own clothes except for the costumes of the police, right? You guys, I think, are just in your own sweatshirts and stuff. 

Taccone: To add to that gun story, what we did oftentimes with that gun — that was a little pellet gun — and we would ball up little wads of paper, when we all lived in Los Angeles together, and we would stuff them in the barrel and shoot each other with the gun and try to give each other little welts.

Samberg: Oh, yeah. 

Schaffer: It was like an endurance challenge.

Was there anything else you wanted to add about the short?

Schaffer: We just love that people are taking interest in it. We loved it a ton and didn’t think it would become this popular, so it’s very fun to talk about.

Samberg: I guess the last thing I would like to say is: Shoutout to Josh Schwartz for creating “The O.C.,” and shoutout to Imogen Heap for making an incredible, timeless, classic tune.

Schaffer: I wanted to say to the kids to follow your dreams. When you watch this short, it requires nothing. Anybody could make it in their living room of their own apartment or house. 

Taccone: Yeah, they could definitely get Shia LaBeouf to stop by.

Schaffer: We don’t have good lights, we don’t have anything. Except for cop uniforms, I guess. That would be — but anyone can go buy those at the Halloween store. My point is that there’s nothing fancy or unattainable about it, it looks like crap, it’s just an idea.

Taccone: I want to remind the kids to get out there and vote.

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Scarlett Johansson’s Dog Is A Trump Supporter On ‘SNL’

Saturday Night Live” finally featured a lovable Donald Trump supporter.

In a new skit that aired Saturday, Scarlett Johansson plays a scientist who has invented a device that turns animals’ thoughts into words. To impress their financial backers, Johansson straps the device to her dog Max.

“Hi, I’m Max,” the pug says. “I like park and leash. And I like Trump. He’s my man.”

Yes, to the horror of the “SNL” cast, ScarJo’s dog is a fan of President Donald Trump.

When Johansson suggests there must be some kind of glitch, Max reaffirms his support for The Donald.

“There’s no glitch. Donald Trump is our president,” the dog says. “He carried the Electoral College fair and square.”

Baffled at the dog’s political leanings, the scientists try to scold him for liking Trump, but Max just keeps listing reasons the president is great.

“I know he has issues, but one big change is better than business as usual,” Max says, adding that the Dow is up 2,700 points since Election Day. “What’s not to like?” he asks the humans in the room.

Shocked by the dog’s reasoning, Cecily Strong, who plays a corporate type funding the invention, tells Johansson: “Your dog is a monster.”

Johansson tries to fix the embarrassing situation by telling Max that he’s just a dog who doesn’t know what he’s saying. But that pushes Max over the edge.

“Excuse me, Helen, but yes I do,” he says sternly. “It’s that condescending attitude that made people want to vote for Trump in the first place.”

Johansson reasons with Max by calling Trump a racist and pointing out his unfair policies, but Max does not back down.

“You just assume that because I’m a Trump supporter that I’m a xenophobic racist,” Max says. Then, when Johansson points out that Max’s best friend is a Chihuahua and Trump wants to deport Mexicans, Max shoots back: “If Aquino was born here, he has nothing to worry about. This is a nation of laws.”

Strong eventually pulls out a gun to shoot the dog, who responds by calling everyone in the room “liberal snowflakes.”

That’s when Johansson ends the demonstration.

“It’s OK, Max. I love you no matter what,” she reassures her dog as she puts a pink pussy hat over his head. “We just have to learn how to respect each other’s point of view, I guess.”

The Trump-loving dog felt like a new voice for a show that has repeatedly mocked the president and his administration ― and it had some “SNL” fans thinking.

But, for the most part, people are now just worried that their dogs are secret Trump supporters too.

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Ivanka Trump’s New Perfume Ad On ‘SNL’ Describes Her Perfectly

As the daughter of the president of the United States, Ivanka Trump is an influential force in the White House. And “Saturday Night Live” is holding her accountable for her father’s actions.

Scarlett Johansson plays the first daughter in a glamorous “SNL” ad for a fragrance it says is named after Ivanka’s influence on Donald Trump: Complicit. “For the woman who could stop all this ― but won’t.”

The skit unfolds like a typical advertisement for a high-end perfume, except this dreamy, Champagne-filled montage jabs at Ivanka’s self-proclaimed feminism and her ignorance over her father’s misogyny

“She’s a woman who knows what she wants. And knows what she’s doing,” a seductive voice-over says.

In the past, Ivanka Trump has advocated for working women and paid family leave, but has appeared to stay quiet as her father continues to back policies that trample women’s rights.

“A feminist, an advocate, a champion for women,” the commercial asks. “But, like, how?”

“SNL” has mocked Ivanka Trump in the past, but this is the first time the sketch show is casting a more critical spotlight on the first daughter. This time, it’s attacking her feminist advocacy without reservation.

“She’s loyal. Devoted,” the voice-over says, “but probably should’ve bounced after that whole ‘Access Hollywood’ bus thing.”

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Pete Davidson Of ‘SNL’ Says He’s Off Drugs And ‘Happy’

“Saturday Night Live” trouper Pete Davidson declared Monday that he has quit drugs and urged fans “to never give up hope.”

Davidson, 23, wrote on Instagram that he is “happy and sober” for the first time in eight years, and thanked his girlfriend, Cazzie David, and others for their support.

He also posted photos with David, the daughter of comic actor and writer Larry David.

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Davidson joined “Saturday Night Live” in 2014.

In a sketch that aired Jan. 26, Davidson played a student in a support group for college kids who’ve broken the school’s alcohol rules.

Davidson has previously addressed his depression and use of medical marijuana to treat Crohn’s disease, Us reported.

 

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Octavia Spencer Riffs On American Mixup Over Black Films On ‘SNL’

“Saturday Night Live” guest host Octavia Spencer was less interested in taking swipes at the Trump administration than in grappling with America’s confusion over its black films at the Oscars.

Spencer joked about the frequent confusion over her most recent movie, “Hidden Figures” ― which has been repeatedly conflated with “Fences,” a separate movie starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. “People have been so kind to me about that movie. So many people have been coming up to me, saying, ‘I love Hidden Fences!’” she quipped.

They’re only similar in that they feature African Americans. “Hidden Figures” is about the black female mathematicians and engineers at NASA who helped launch John Glenn into space, while “Fences” is a complex story about the African American experience in Pittsburgh that centers on a black garbage collector who once had dreams of the big leagues. Both films were up for best picture at this year’s Academy Awards (the honor ultimately went to “Moonlight”), and Spencer was nominated for best supporting actress.

Spencer also addressed the crazy Oscars ending when “La La Land” was mistakenly announced as the winner for best picture, when it was supposed be “Moonlight.”

“I get it, I get it,” she said. “There were three black movies at the Oscars this year. And that’s a lot for America.” An easy solution, Spencer said, would be a three-way mashup of the films.

”If you’re gonna get confused anyway, I thought I might as well make some money off it. So, that’s why I produced ‘Hidden Fence Light,’” she joked. “It’s the story of three black women who send an introspective gay boy to build a fence on the moon.”

In any case, she quipped, it’s nice not to have to play nurses any longer.

Spencer got to reprise a situation from yet another one of her movies on “SNL” — 2011’s “The Help” — when she reappeared as her character in that film, Minny Jackson (for which Spencer won an Oscar for best supporting actress). She turned up in the cold open with Kate McKinnon’s Jeff Sessions to offer him a version of her famous excrement pie from the movie that Minny served to her employer.

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‘SNL’ Just Identified The Worst Kind Of Male Feminist

Saturday Night Live” just exposed the worst kind of liberal: dudes who use activism to pick up chicks.

In a digital short titled “Girl at a Bar,” Cecily Strong gets hit on by a series of men who are eager to talk about feminism. All seems to go well until Strong’s character, who’s wearing a shirt that says “The future is female,” turns each guy down.

Beck Bennett points out that he and Strong are wearing matching shirts, but turns on her when she rejects his offer for a date. “OK, bitch,” Bennett screams. “I wore this shirt and you won’t even let me nut? I followed all the rules!”

Things seem to get better when Kyle Mooney pulls the screaming man away and tells Strong he was just in D.C. for the Women’s March, saying “it was honestly one of the best days of my life.”

But when Strong turns him down too, Mooney unleashes his wrath.

“I freaking marched for you. You won’t get down on this?” he yells while grabbing his crotch.

Even Alex Moffat in a pink pussy hat can’t seem to get it right. He name-drops Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), then presents Strong with a very disgusting offer. 

After “SNL” scored its highest ratings in years by picking apart President Donald Trump’s administration, it seems like the show decided it was time to make fun of the left too.

And creepy, fake feminist men are a hilarious start.

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‘SNL’ Mocks Trump Brothers Again, This Time Over Pop’s Ethics Tangle

”Saturday Night Live” cast members Mikey Day and Alex Moffat showed up again this week to play President Donald Trump’s adult sons, Donald Jr. and Eric. They attempted to address some of the ethics matters of the White House — and, ah, maturity issues.

“The Trump organization is entirely in our hands,” Donald Jr. insisted during the “Weekend Update” segment, citing the opening of new Trump projects in Vancouver and Dubai. The president is maintaining ownership of his businesses, raising serious conflict-of-interest concerns, but he’s insisted he has nothing to do with management, which he says he has turned over to his sons.

“Bottom line is, the only people making decisions regarding the Trump organization are Eric and myself,” Donald Jr. declared in the skit.

“And Dad,” Eric piped in.

“No, no, remember, Eric,” said his big brother. “Dad does not tell us what to do anymore.”

“Yeah he does,” Eric responded.

Then Donald Jr. offered Eric his phone.

“You want to play on my phone, bud?” he asked. “Eric’s a little jokester. What he meant to say was, the only people calling the shots at the Trump organization are myself and this guy.”

“I’m tired,” Eric said.

“Yeah, he’s gonna get cranky,” explained big bro. “We gotta get him home. So it’s quick bath, jammies, then bed.”

“Weekend Update” co-anchor Michael Che took on Trump himself, mocking him for the way he uses Twitter. He ripped Trump for accusing former President Barack Obama — without offering any evidence — of tapping Trump’s phones before the election. Trump had also tweeted: “Is it legal for a sitting President to be ‘wire tapping’ a race for president prior to an election?”

“Dude, you’re the president of the United States and you’re seeking legal advice on Twitter?” asked Che.

Co-anchor Colin Jost mocked the effusive praise from some pundits for Trump’s speech to Congress last week. “He was able to speak like a human president for over an hour,” he said, pointing out that the bar was set at “reads words good.”

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Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump Takes His Grievances To ‘The People’s Court’ On ‘SNL’

After a federal appeals court dealt a major blow to President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on Thursday, the commander-in-chief angrily tweeted that he would “SEE YOU IN COURT”.

Apparently, he meant it.

On last night’s ‘Saturday Night Live,’ host Alec Baldwin’s version of Trump took the three 9th Circuit Court judges who ruled against his executive order to a different judicial venue: “The People’s Court.”

“Mr. Trump, you understand this is a TV court, right?” asks the judge, played by Cecily Strong. “That’s okay. I’m a TV president,” says the spoofed president.

Baldwin’s Trump demands a reinstatement of his travel ban, and in true TV court style, $ 725 in compensation from the judges who wronged him. He even brings in a star character witness: “Someone who’s known me for years, he’s family, he’s an incredible person with impeccable credentials. Mr. Vladimir Putin.”

A shirtless Putin, played once again by Beck Bennett, has nothing but praise for Trump. “This man is a great friend. He’s my little American Happy Meal. He’d do anything for you. Go against his own country just to make you happy,” explains the fictionalized Russian president.

But even on “The People’s Court”, things don’t turn out well for Trump. And after yet another embarrassing loss, Strong’s judge lays out a sentiment many people these days can relate to: “Let me just say, you’re doing too much. Okay? I want one day without a CNN alert that scares the hell out of me!”

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Dear ‘SNL,’ Please Let Christine Baranski Play Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

If there’s a silver lining to be found in Trump’s America, it’s legendary character actresses offering up their talents to parody every last member of his cabinet on “Saturday Night Live.”

Following reports that President Donald Trump took issue with a woman impersonating his White House press secretary on the show last weekend, Christine Baranski has now volunteered to play Trump’s contentious confirmed pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos.

“It would seem somewhat logical — we have that strong jawline, don’t we?” she told Vanity Fair. “I can play people with whom I drastically disagree. The sketches have been unbelievable all through the election, and the post-election. So yeah, we could have a revolving door of people playing the cabinet members and all.”

Baranski is the latest actor to pitch an appearance on “Saturday Night Live” this season, following Melissa McCarthy’s celebrated cameo as Sean Spicer. Rosie O’Donnell has gone on record saying that she is willing to play Trump’s right-hand-man, Steve Bannon, while Trump supporter Billy Baldwin wants to join his brother Alec on the late-night sketch show as Eric Trump. 

Until Baranski makes her way to Studio 8H, however, she’ll be resisting Trump in a different manner as Diane Lockhart every week on CBS’ “The Good Wife” spinoff, “The Good Fight.” The premiere episode, which airs on CBS All Access Feb. 19, begins with the famously pro-Hillary Clinton Diane watching Trump’s inauguration in shock. 

“She’s — what’s the British word? — gobsmacked,” Baranski said. “Robert King was very specific about how he wanted me to play it. He kept saying, ‘You’re stunned. Now go ahead, open your mouth. You’re stunned, Christine — open your mouth even wider.” This back-and-forth continued until Baranski felt she was going too far: “I thought, ‘Oh, this is too broad.’ [But] I must tell you, as I was watching many of the press conferences, I was like [that]. I think a lot of people will relate to this gobsmacked look.”

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Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump Wreaks World Havoc With A Skeletal Steve Bannon On ‘SNL’

The moment we’ve been waiting for has arrived: “SNL” finally showed us what life is like inside President Donald Trump’s Oval Office.

On the show’s cold open this week, Baldwin reprised his role as Trump for the first time since the former “Apprentice” host officially took over as the United States commander-in-chief. 

After an aide (played by Kyle Mooney) tells the president that his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner have gone away for the night since they “don’t work on Shabbat,” the president realizes he’s free to sow chaos. “When the Jews are away, the goys will play. Send in Steve Bannon,” he says.

After Baldwin’s Trump explains to his chief strategist that he is “tired and cranky and I feel like I could just freak out on somebody,” the skeletal, Grim Reaper-esque version of Bannon weighs in with some advice: “Then maybe you should call Australia.”

In a spoof of Trump’s now famously hostile phone call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Baldwin’s Trump melts down on Beck Bennett’s Turnbull, who thanks Trump for accepting 1,200 refugees from Down Under.

“No, no, no! No refugees. America first. Australia sucks. Your reef is failing. Prepare to go to war!” blares Trump before abruptly ending the phone call.

Trump’s foreign outreach doesn’t end there. The parodied president goes on to badger Alex Moffat’s incarnation of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and even manages to make Holocaust Remembrance Day all about him in a call with Kate McKinnon’s German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “As you know, 6 million people … were at my inauguration,” Trump crudely claims.

Later, Baldwin’s character calls Mexico’s president again (this time, in a prank call) and meets his match when Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (played by Kenan Thompson) gives Trump a firm dressing-down: “You think you are bit of dictator? I will rip out your spine and drink from your skull! You can not even walk down stairs, you little white bitch!”

The sketch closes with a behind-the-scenes look at Trump and Bannon’s unusual seating arrangement.

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Alec Baldwin’s Trump wasn’t on ‘SNL,’ but mock-Putin was

NEW YORK (AP) — Maybe Alec Baldwin was busy. Maybe “Saturday Night Live” figured viewers had seen plenty of President Donald Trump for real this inauguration weekend.
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‘SNL’ Version Of Vladimir Putin Tries To Reassure Anxious Americans About President Trump

Well, it’s official. Donald John Trump is now the president of the United States. And on this week’s “Saturday Night Live,” a shirtless Vladimir Putin had a clear message for the American people: “Relax. I got this.”

The satirized version of Russia’s president, played by Beck Bennett, returned to NBC to promise Americans he’d take care of the good old U.S. of A. “It’s the most expensive thing we’ve ever bought,” he explained.

A destitute (and clearly coerced) Russian woman, played by Kate McKinnon, was brought out to explain how great things are in her native country under Putin’s leadership: “I sleep in bed, not in carcass of dog. My president is No. 1 hottie for all time.”

Bennett’s Putin personally addressed Trump as well. After highlighting the huge turnout for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington, the fictionalized Russian leader called out Trump for lying about the size of his inauguration crowd: “If you’re going to lie, don’t make it so obvious. You know, say you are friends with LeBron James, not that you are LeBron James.”

The “SNL” iteration of Putin bade farewell to the American people with a disconcerting sentiment: “It’s going to be a long four years for many of you, but remember, we’re in this together.”

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Alec Baldwin’s Trump Takes On Obamacare And Golden Showers On ‘SNL’

Alec Baldwin stepped into Donald Trump’s shoes again for “Saturday Night Live” to present his own version of the president-elect’s recent press conference and talk about inauguration entertainment, golden showers and his sons, “Beavis” and “Butthead.”

Baldwin as Trump begins in the cold open with a serious warning: “Let me answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind: Yes this is real life, this is really happening. On January 20th, I, Donald J. Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. Then two months later Mike Pence will become the 46th.”

He says he’s excited to move into the White House, and will even have a “little” pet: Paul Ryan.

“Who is excited for my Inauguration Day?” he asks. “We have got some of the biggest performers in the world lined up. Hold on to your tits and bits, because we have got Three Doors Down, Jackie What’s-her-face from “America’s Got Talent” and the one Rockette with the least money in her savings.” He also touts “huge A-List actors coming, like Angelina Jolie, Ryan Gosling and Jennifer Lawrence … courtesy of Madame Tussauds” waxworks.

He then takes questions from “reporters,” but refuses to answer any “pee pee party” questions, referring to an unsubstantiated report of a “golden shower” sex fete in Russia, saying: “It didn’t happen and It wasn’t as cool as it sounds.” But he can’t quite steer away from golden shower images as he talks about his plan to bring a “thick stream of jobs” to the country. “This country will literally be showered with jobs. Because I’m a major wiz at jobs,” he gushes.

When a reporter tells him people “could die” if he eliminates Obamacare without a replacement, leaving 20 million people without health insurance, Baldwin’s Trump answers: “Listen, sweetheart, I’m about to be president. We’re all going to die.”

He also announces that he has “turned over all my business to my two sons, Beavis and Butthead.” Gesturing to SNL cast members Mikey Day and Alex Moffat, playing Donald Jr. and Eric, Baldwin adds: “Look at those two little American psychos.” He refuses to take a question from a reporter from the “failing pile of garbage” BuzzFeed or from “over-rated fake news” CNN, though insists repeatedly: “I respect the press.” 

The last question comes from shirtless Vladimir Putin look-alike Beck Bennett (claiming to be Wolf Blitzer) who asks Trump if he’s “very very sure” Russia hacked the American presidential election, while he holds up a small video labeled “pee pee tape.”

“It was China,” Baldwin responds. “No, it was Canada. OK, It was Meryl Streep.” He wraps it up with the sendoff: “Thanks for peeing here.”

Before the Trump skewering, “SNL” re-aired a 1978 episode featuring Carrie Fisher not long after she rocked the first “Star Wars” movie as Princess Leia. She opened the show dressed as Leia. Musical guests were the Blues Brothers: Dan Aykroyd and the late great John Belushi.

Saturday night’s episode was hosted by “Rogue One” actress Felicity Jones, who was joined in the opening monologue by an ersatz “hologram” of Tina Fey as Princess Leia. Fey warned Jones: “No matter how the show goes, the president of the United States will say that it’s sad and overrated,” adding: “It’s fine, no one cares.”

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This Behind-The-Scenes ‘SNL’ Set Change Video Is Pure Magic

Ever wonder what’s happening onstage during the opening credits of “Saturday Night Live”? More than you probably imagined.

Now you can check it out, thanks to a behind-the-scenes video from a recent episode. It takes just a split second after that iconic “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!” for the crew to spring into action. They have just two minutes to break down the set from the cold open and have the stage ready for the host’s monologue.

It’s pretty intense, to say the least.

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Vladimir Putin’s Childhood Besties Defend Their ‘Petty’ Pal In ‘SNL’ Spoof

Saturday Night Live” poked fun this weekend at Vladimir Putin’s reported personal vendetta against Hillary Clinton.

Vanessa Bayer and Fred Armisen, playing two of the Russian president’s childhood friends, stopped by the “Weekend Update” segment to champion their lifelong bestie amid reports that he was directly responsible for his country interfering in the U.S. presidential election.

But after initially defending their “focused” and “disciplined” long-time pal, they admitted he could be “pretty petty” — and in hushed tones recalled a series of times when he’d turned on them following what they assumed was a trivial incident.

While not directly referred to, the skit was clearly mocking reports that Putin oversaw the interference as revenge for Clinton’s 2011 call for an investigation into his country’s parliamentary elections ― a reason that “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert said last week was “lame.”

Check it out in the clip above.

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John Cena And ‘SNL’ Hilariously Take Down Alabama Football

As top-ranked Alabama prepares to defend its national championship in the college football playoff, “Saturday Night Live” and John Cena weren’t afraid to take the Crimson Tide down a notch or two.

Playing a not-too-smart ‘Bama football hero who seeks an A-plus in science before his team plays the University of Washington in a semifinal on Dec. 31, Cena presents his final project on bananas. He does his best to impress the academic panel.

“I used to not like bananas ‘cause they look like boys’ wieners but now I like them because they’re yummy,” he says.

And they’re funny, too!

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Donald Trump Says ‘SNL’ Was a ‘Good Show’ When He Hosted, But ‘It’s Not Anymore’

Donald Trump addressed his post-election Twitter use and outspoken dislike of his portrayal on “Saturday Night Live” during a “Today” show interview Wednesday morning. Since winning the election Trump has taken aim at — among a long list of targets — “SNL,” in particular Alex Baldwin’s impersonation of him. Trump has tweeted that the NBC… Read more »

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‘SNL’ Says Target Is Your Safe Space This Thanksgiving

Struggling with the thought of spending time with your family this Thanksgiving?

Don’t worry, “Saturday Night Live” has your back.

In this spoof ad, it offers up discount retailer Target as your safe space.

If you’re home for the first time since the election, Target has what you need the most,” the voiceover states. “A big, empty parking lot you can just come sit in for a sec.”

As “SNL” cast member Cecily Strong demonstrates, its parking lot is the “perfect place to just stare out, bang your head on your steering wheel or text a friend, ‘I honestly can’t with them today.’”

Check out how else you can kill time in and around the store in the clip above.

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Kristen Wiig Sings A Very Questionable History Of Thanksgiving On ‘SNL’

Kristen Wiig joined “Saturday Night Live” cast members in singing the history of Thanksgiving.

But some of her claims — like Christopher Columbus sailing to the Americas from South Korea — were, let’s just say, somewhat dubious. It was enough to prompt special guests Steve Martin and Will Forte to drop in and call out Wiig on her inaccuracy.

“Guys, I know I adjusted some of the facts so they would rhyme, like any true historian,” Wiig said in her defense, before her guests also got swept up in the holiday spirit.

After all, who needs real facts in this post-truth world?

Check it out in the clip above.

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Fake Ruth Bader Ginsburg Won’t Quit Under President Trump In ‘SNL’ Skit

Saturday Night Live” imagined what life will be like for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following Donald Trump’s presidential election victory.

Kate McKinnon as the 83-year-old liberal justice told “Weekend Update” host Colin Jost that she’d previously had it all figured out. After Hillary Clinton’s election win, she’d planned to retire in the Dominican Republic.

But Trump’s win had now put paid to her plans, and she vowed to never step down ― over fears the president-elect would usher in an ultra-conservative replacement.

“You can’t get rid of me,” she shouted.

“The bench is now my porch. I’m going to sit on it all day and scream, ‘No! Get out of my yard,’” McKinnon as Ginsburg later said, before adding, “I’m eating an apple a day to keep Ben Carson away.”

Check it out in the clip above.

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Young Kids Talk About Donald Trump In Totally Sobering ‘SNL’ Skit

Young kids shared their thoughts on Donald Trump in a “Saturday Night Live” skit that took a very sobering turn.

While one boy told Vanessa Bayer in the “Kids Talk Politics” segment that the president-elect was “funny” but “kind of a bully,” another amusingly commented on his “weird, fake hair” and a girl remarked on how he “always talks about how great he is.”

It was left to Sonal Chappelle ― the young daughter of this weekend’s “SNL” host, Dave Chappelle ― to bring them back down to earth and remind them of the often racist rhetoric that characterized Trump’s presidential campaign.

“He unleashed racism and xenophobia,” she told the stunned Bayer and the rest of her class. “We now must return to the dark ages of white presidents.”

After she added that her dad had told her Trump would stop and frisk their black cat named Pussy, Chappelle arrived to collect her ― and praised her for “dropping some truth.”

Watch the full segment above.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to Dave Chapelle as Sonal’s fictitious father. 

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Dave Chappelle Reprises ‘Chappelle’s Show’ Characters For ‘Walking Dead’ Spoof On ‘SNL’

Chappelle’s Show” is back. Well, kind of.

Dave Chappelle reprised some of his hilarious comedy sketch show characters, including Tyrone Biggums and Chuck Taylor, to spoof “The Walking Dead” on “Saturday Night Live.”

Chappelle said people had asked whether he’d be bringing any of the characters back, ever since he was confirmed as the guest host of “SNL.”

At first I wasn’t going to,” he told the audience, but revealed he changed his mind after seeing the episode in which Glenn is killed.

“I know, it was devastating. I love that show and Glenn was like one of my favorite characters. so I was like crushed,” Chappelle added. “So, in that spirit and with that in mind, I hope you enjoy this.”

Check it out in the clip above.

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Tracy Morgan Brings Brian Fellow Back For Hilarious ‘SNL’ Sketch

Not only did Tracy Morgan give us a “30 Rock” reunion on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, he also brought back one of his most beloved characters: Brian Fellow

For the sketch, Fellow, “an enthusiastic young man with a sixth-grade education and an abiding love for all God’s creatures,” spoke to both a live beaver and a live camel.

As per usual, Fellow showed little interest in the actual animals on his “Safari Planet” show and tried to keep the attention on himself by repeating his signature line, “I’m Brian Fellow!” The camel did try to steal the spotlight, but Fellow wasn’t having it. 

“I can’t see, camel!” he said as he led the desert animal out of the frame. 

Brian Fellow was first introduced to the “SNL” audience back in 1999, and through the years, the sketch has included appearances by celebrities like Jason Sudeikis, Matt Damon and Sarah Michelle Gellar. 

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Eddie Murphy Explains Why He Wouldn’t Portray Bill Cosby On ‘SNL’ Special

Eddie Murphy says he chose not to reprise his famous impression of Bill Cosby on the “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary special because he didn’t want to joke about the embattled comedian’s sexual assault scandal.

“It’s horrible,” Murphy told The Washington Post in a lengthy interview published Tuesday. “There’s nothing funny about it. If you get up there and you crack jokes about him, you’re just hurting people. You’re hurting him. You’re hurting his accusers. I was like, ‘Hey, I’m coming back to SNL for the anniversary, I’m not turning my moment on the show into this other thing.'”

Cosby has been accused of sexually assaulting more than 50 women.

Murphy, a former “SNL” cast member, almost appeared in the sketch before changing his mind and deciding to simply give a brief speech instead. He told The Post he “totally understood” why “SNL” wanted to do the bit, which ended up starring current cast member Kenan Thompson as Cosby. 

“It was the biggest thing in the news at the time,” Murphy said. “I can see why they thought it would be funny, and the sketch that Norm [Macdonald] wrote was hysterical.”

After the airing of the February special, Macdonald explained in a series of tweets that Murphy declined to play Cosby because “he will not kick a man when he is down.” In response, Cosby released a statement thanking Murphy for his decision. 

“I am very appreciative of Eddie and I applaud his actions,” a Cosby spokesperson said.

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Reese Witherspoon Has The ‘SNL’ Cast Apologize To Their Moms For Mother’s Day

We’ve all lied to our moms and put them through hell and back. But luckily Reese Witherspoon is around to remind us to apologize.

For the “Saturday Night Live” Mother’s Day episode, the “Wild” actress had each of the SNL cast members bring their mom on stage and apologize for that one awful thing they did.

From sneaking out on a date to peeing the bed (and then peeing all over the place after), there was a lot to say sorry for. But the moms got their revenge: embarrassing each of their kids on live television with old home videos.

Now go call your mom already.

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‘SNL’ Introduces A New ‘Game Of Thrones’ Kingdom With ‘Boyz N The Hood’ Spoof

Game of Thrones” is about to introduce us to a new region of Westeros, but we’re not talking about Dorne. We’re heading to South Centros.

“Saturday Night Live” imagined what a crossover between “Game of Thrones” and John Singleton’s “Boyz n the Hood” would look like, resulting in an eighth kingdom.

The “SNL” parody features Ice Cube (Kenan Thompson) decked out in Jon Snow-like attire, Leslie Jones spoofing Brienne, and host Taraji P. Henson getting emotional over the Red Wedding.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Kingslayer himself, also shows up with a message for the haters. This probably isn’t the movie spinoff George R.R. Martin had in mind.

“Game of Thrones” returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.

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Colin Quinn’s One Disappointment About The ‘SNL’ 40th Anniversary Bash

Colin Quinn thought the “SNL” 40th anniversary celebration was “kind of great,” but there was one person he’d hoped would show.

“I wished [former ‘SNL’ cast member] Dennis Miller was there,” he told HuffPost Live in a conversation on Wednesday.

When asked if he had any idea why Miller wasn’t, Quinn said no.

The festivities otherwise exceeded expectations, according to Quinn.

“Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone, they’re so hot right now, they’re like two seats away!” he recalled. “I was just glad I was two seats away and not 18 rows, like I should’ve been.”

And while the show itself was funny, behind the scenes was quite different.

“I felt really emotional, backstage mostly,” he described. “The show itself was fine but backstage, you’re like ‘Oh my god, everybody’ — we forgot we all knew each other so much.”

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‘SNL’ Women Take Sara Bareilles’ ‘Brave’ Lyrics Literally And Say What They Wanna Say

Do you suffer from politeness? Are you tired of making coffee dates with people you don’t like or holding back spoilers for the sake of your friends? You don’t have to anymore, you just have to be brave!

The ladies of “SNL” embrace their audacity in a new sketch that says it’s OK to speak your mind, even if it’s totally rude. Leslie Jones calls out Pete Davidson for not paying enough at lunch and Kate McKinnon flat out tells her co-worker she’s not going to her birthday party.

Just listen to the words of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave” and say what you wanna say. It feels so good.

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Dakota Johnson Joins ISIS In Provocative ‘SNL’ Spoof

Well, this got people’s attention.

Dakota Johnson of “Fifty Shades of Grey” bids an emotional farewell to her father and joins up with ISIS in an edgy “Saturday Night Live” spoof that aired this weekend.

The bit parodies a Toyota Camry ad in which a father drops off his daughter at the airport so she can presumably depart for military duty.

Only in the faux commercial, “SNL” guest host Johnson reassures her weepy pop (Taran Killam), “Dad, it’s just ISIS.” Then some gun-toting Islamic State fighters drive into view to escort her away, slamming the brakes on the sentimental moment.

In the wake of growing reports of women joining the Islamic State and kidnappings by the militant group, the sketch was sure to touch a nerve.

According to reports, it has been met with both outrage and applause.

What do you think?

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Eddie Murphy Apparently Declined Offer To Play Bill Cosby On ‘SNL 40’

Eddie Murphy’s first appearance on “Saturday Night Live” in 30 years was awkward and stilted, but according to Norm Macdonald, it could have been a whole lot different. Over the course of several tweets posted on Wednesday, Macdonald explained that there was, at one point, the idea to include Murphy in the “SNL 40” version of “Celebrity Jeopardy” as Bill Cosby.

As Macdonald wrote, he was disappointed “Celebrity Jeopardy” had become about celebrity impressions for the “SNL 40” special. But writer Steve Higgins thought having Murphy mimic Cosby would help tie it all together. Wrote Macdonald:


Macdonald relayed a bunch of other anecdotes about the week, including that Bill Murray almost didn’t make the show because of a golf tournament, before finishing out the Murphy story:


Without Murphy’s involvement, the sketch wound up happening with Kenan Thompson in the role of Cosby.

Murphy and Cosby memorably crossed paths before. During the 1987 concert film “Raw,” Murphy recalled how Cosby chastised him about using foul language in his stand-up routine.

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Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake Rap A History Of ‘SNL’ Catchphrases

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon started the “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary special with a rap song about the show’s dozens and dozens of catchphrases. They don’t come from France, but “Coneheads” and plenty of other famous sketches are referenced. Watch below, via Vulture.


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Prince Delivers ‘SNL’ A Legendary Eight-Minute Medley

Prince promised that his “Saturday Night Live” performance would go down in history, and his eight-minute long, four-song spanning set was nothing short of legendary. Mashing “Plectrumelectrum” “Anotherlove” and “Marz” from his “Plectrumelectrum” album with “Clouds” from his “Art Official Age” album, Prince, 3rdEyeGirl and singer Lianne La Havas destroyed the “SNL” stage. Prince switched between piano and guitar, rocking his third-eye sunglasses and adding visuals of clouds, lightning and technicolor displays. As “SNL” put it:

Watch the amazing performance below.

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4 Charming ‘SNL’ Stories From Amy Poehler & Seth Meyers

As part of the promotional push for her new book, “Yes Please,” Amy Poehler sat down with Seth Meyers at New York’s 92Y on Wednesday to discuss her career, their friendship and “Saturday Night Live.” Poehler and Meyers were both hired before the start of the 2001-02 season, and shared the Weekend Update desk from 2006-08. Ahead, four of the best “SNL” anecdotes they shared with the 92Y audience (but not that one about Jon Hamm making Amy Poehler laugh while she was pregnant, because she might have told that one a billion times in the last month).

1. Amy’s Sarah Palin rap was one of Seth’s favorite “SNL” moments

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“I was on the show for 12 and a half years, and there were maybe 10 times where you thought you fucking nailed it. That you wished no part of it had gone different,” Meyers said. “It’s like when baseball players hit the ball and flip the bat because they know it’s going out of the park.” That’s how Meyers felt about Poehler’s Sarah Palin rap during Weekend Update, which she performed while being nine months pregnant and in front of Palin herself.

“I was an animal. It’s really fun to be that pregnant because you freak everybody out,” Poehler said.

2. Amy thought Ashlee Simpson’s lip-sync flub wasn’t a big deal

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It’s a story Poehler recounts in “Yes Please”: This is what the reaction was like backstage when Ashlee Simpson was caught lip-syncing during her “SNL” performance.

“We were about to do a Merv the Perv sketch. I was dressed as ‘Kill Bill.’ Rachel Dratch was Raggedy Ann. And Maya Rudolph was in a pregnant cat suit,” Poehler said. “They ran by, and it was one of those things where it was so hectic that we hid under the table.” Poehler recalled how Lesley Stahl happened to be backstage as well, as “60 Minutes” was following Lorne Michaels around for a segment on the “SNL” executive producer. Her recollection from under the table: “A thin lady with heels ran by.”

For Meyers, things were a little different. “I was getting hair and makeup, so I didn’t see it. It was like being in the town next over when Godzilla attacks. People ran by [screaming],” he said.

Despite the chaos, Poehler felt the incident would blow over.

“I remember drunkenly at the party being like it’s not a big deal, nobody’s going to care,” she said before mimicking her drunk voice. “‘Who cares? Nobody is going to talk about it tomorrow.'”

3. Johnny Knoxville apparently brought loose pills to “SNL”

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When Johnny Knoxville hosted “SNL,” Rachel Dratch threw her back out after sneezing during the read-through couldn’t move. Fortunately, Knoxville was there to offer some assistance. “He reached into his pockets and pulled out 12 loose pills,” Poehler said. “None of them were downers. All of them only wanted to make you want to party.”

As it turned out, Dratch didn’t need Knoxville’s pharmaceuticals. She received help from the NBC doctor. “She brought the Vicodin, and Rachel didn’t want to take one,” Poehler said. “Everyone else was like, ‘You should take one.'”

4. Amy & Seth’s first show was after 9/11, and it started with a “beautiful joke”

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Poehler and Meyers both started on the show in 2001, and their first read-through was supposed to happen on Sept. 11.

“It was a very strange time to be starting a new job at a weekly comedy variety show,” Poehler said. “There was a lot of talk about comedy being over. There was a lot of, ‘Will we ever laugh again?’ That happened, of course, when JFK died. There were all these proclamations about when will we ever be able to get back. That felt truly … it really felt like we were never going to get back anywhere close to where we were. The wound felt so psychic. I was living in New York for six or seven years, so it was my hometown at that point.”

Poehler recalled how the aftermath of the terrorist attacks mixed with the jitters associated with starting a new job created an odd juxtaposition. “It was just that combination of, ‘Where are the bathrooms? And are we gonna die?'” she said. “Also there was anthrax in our building, which was great too.”

The season premiere aired on Sept. 29, 2001 with Reese Witherspoon as host. Paul Simon sang “The Boxer” at the beginning of the show as a group of first responders and Mayor Rudolph Giuliani appeared on stage. After Simon’s song, Lorne Michaels came out.

“It was a beautiful New York moment and there was that great joke where Lorne says to Mayor Giuliani, ‘Can we be funny?’ And Mayor Giuliani says, ‘Why start now?’ It’s so hard to write a joke like that. What fucking joke do you open with?” Poehler said. “It’s so self-effacing and funny. The mayor gets the laugh. It’s just a beautiful joke. We wanted the mayor to be in charge.”

After the show, Poehler and the cast went to the after-party with some of the first responders. “Those guys were a blast,” Poehler said. “They were just full of life, having seen so much sadness. Life and death, sadness and happiness live right next to each other. If you’re lucky you get to serve them both. That was an amazing time to be on that show for sure.”
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‘SNL’ Mocks Ebola Panic With ‘The Fault In Our Stars 2: The Ebola In Our Everything’

John Green’s story of young love in the face of terminal disease was an international bestseller, and the film a box office success. But what if, instead of cancer, the protagonist had Ebola.

Verrrrry different story.

During its Sarah Silverman-helmed episode, “SNL” addressed the Ebola panic that has struck the U.S. with a fictional trailer for “The Fault In Our Stars 2: The Ebola In Our Everything.”

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‘SNL’ Tackles NFL Abuse Controversies With ‘Honest’ Player Introductions

Welcome to the NFL’s new era of accountability, “Saturday Night Live” style.

With the league mired in controversy over domestic violence and child abuse controversies, an “SNL’ skit featured players departing from the typical TV introductions to announce the crimes they’ve committed instead of the colleges they’ve attended.

“Treason,” “whole bunch of stuff,” and “sent a picture of my ding-dong to Michelle Obama” made the confessional lineup.

Refreshingly honest, no?

The season premiere of “SNL” tackled the NFL hard. Guest host Chris Pratt, who portrayed some of the players above, also turned in a cameo as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the cold open sequence.
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Watch Chris Pratt Be Endearing In His ‘SNL’ Musical Monologue

Welcome to Season 40 of “Saturday Night Live.” Here is Chris Pratt singing a country song about being on the show and having sex with Anna Faris — his real-life wife, who was there in the audience to support and laugh at him talking about that one time “a baby popped out.” Watch him bravely giggle through his nervousness in the video below.

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Ariana Grande Performs ‘Break Free’ On ‘SNL,’ Wears Cat Ears Again For No Discernible Reason

Ariana Grande performed “Break Free” on “Saturday Night Live” last night while inexplicably wearing cat ears. It’s not October yet. This was not an early Halloween performance or even a cat-themed performance. Although, it is a thing she has done before and presumably will continue to do without explanation. And so, it seems that Ariana Grande wearing cat ears is just another thing we have to accept, much like Ariana Grande wearing her hair in a high ponytail and the impermanent nature of human existence. Watch her super fun performance below.

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Brooks Wheelan Says He’s ‘Fired’ From ‘SNL’

Brooks Wheelan, one of six featured players hired by “Saturday Night Live” before the start of the show’s 39th season, will not return for Season 40. Wheelan tweeted the news on Monday:


When contacted by HuffPost Entertainment to confirm Wheelan’s ouster, an NBC representative said that neither the network nor show comment on casting changes. That “SNL” would see some turnover before its 40th season is no surprise: Back in June, executive producer Lorne Michaels told Deadline.com that cast adjustments were forthcoming.

“We’re still in the middle of rebuilding,” Michaels said. “So there will be changes this year.”

Wheelan was a stand-up comic before being hired by “SNL.” The 27-year-old was initially brought onto the show as a writer, but he became the sixth and final addition to the cast before the 39th season began. (Colin Jost and Sasheer Zamata were added as featured players during this past season.)

“Each step of the way I thought it was pretty neat that I had gotten this far, so I didn’t put too much pressure on myself in that way,” Wheelan told the Bellevue Reporter about auditioning for “SNL” in an interview published earlier this year. “As far as the audition itself, they saw me perform in Montreal, then in L.A., and then I auditioned on the stage where they shoot the show in New York. It was all scary, but I tried to [minimize that].”

During his stint as a “Saturday Night Live” featured player, Wheelan made a couple of appearances on Weekend Update. He recalled those moment and some of his other favorite memories in a video published by NBC at the close of the season.

As ScreenCrush.com senior editor Mike Ryan pointed out, however, Wheelan’s last appearance on “SNL” might have foreshadowed his exit.


Watch that sketch, without Wheelan included, below.


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‘SNL’ Obama Resorts To Kissing Justin Bieber To Boost Health Care Sign-Ups In Cold Open

Well, you can’t get much more “buzzy” than booking the President of the United States on “Between Two Ferns,” so how else can President Obama spread the word about his health care plan?

“Saturday Night Live” explored his options in this weekend’s cold open sketch, which featured Noel Wells as an obnoxious social media expert with even more “totes viral” ideas on how get more people to sign up for Obamacare by the end of March.

When a photo op with Pharrell’s hat, Kim Kardashian and even The Pope can’t do the trick, they’re forced to bring out the big guns: a kiss with Justin Bieber.

Check out Obama (Jay Pharoah’s) hilariously passionate kiss with the Biebz (Kate McKinnon) in the GIF below, and check back for a video clip when available.


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‘SNL’: 19th Century Critic Jebidiah Atkinson Returns To Take On Christmas

Jebidiah Atkinson was a hit on “Saturday Night Live” last month when he stopped by the Weekend Update desk to bash the Gettysburg Address. On this week’s episode, he returned to pan Christmas entertainment.

Watch as Atkinson (played by Taran Killam) hammers “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “Frosty the Snowman” and yes, the birth of Christ.
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‘SNL’ Spoofs Kanye West & Kim Kardashian, And Lady Gaga Makes Fun Of Herself

“Saturday Night Live” went out on a limb this weekend and parodied known parody-of-himself hater Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in a talk show spoof, “Waking Up with Kimye.”

Jay Pharoah and Nasid Pedrad nailed their respective impersonations of the A-list celebrity couple, with Kanye fawning over Kim’s supposed innovation (“She just changed the game! Food is jewelry now!” he exclaimed, as Kim held up a macaroni necklace).

He then brought on a nerdy woman, played by host Lady Gaga, who works at the Apple Store’s Genius Bar. He pointed out how dull her clothes are, leading Gaga’s character to winkingly remark, “I don’t care about fashion. I think people who try too hard with their outfits are maybe hiding something.”

She continued to make fun of her own flashy sartorial choices: “Like, come on, dress like a person!”

Only time will tell how and if West will respond to the sketch. Earlier this year, he was rumored to have threatened to pull out of his scheduled “SNL” performance if the sketch show made fun of Kardashian.
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